Not only has she written a great book, but she also has a beautiful website & a podcast that I listen to at least 3x a week as I try to catch up. The website and podcast share a name, The Read-Aloud Revival. I've made a list of all the past episodes I want to listen to and I'm not kidding when I say that there were over 70 episodes on that list.
Despite the HUGE age difference, if Sarah and I were ever to meet, I know that we'd be instant friends. Sarah and I speak the same love language and that love language. We both know that what truly matters are books, really good books with words that roll off the tongue and pull in both the reader and those listening. Books that become happy memories. It's also important to make time to read those books with someone you love dearly. Believe me when I say that time marches on, and reading aloud to your children my friends is one way to freeze it for just a few moments and drink it all in.
As she puts it best, "Here's what I know: you are the best person to help your kids learn and grow, and home is the best place to fall in love with books."
She's got me by the heart.
If you haven't checked out her site or listened to her podcast, do so as soon as possible. My favorite episode thus far has been #162 which features Australian author Mem Fox.